Reflection: Rigor Element BINGO - Section 3: Student Activity


Make sure the caller calls the elements slowly. This is probably the first time your students have had to work with the element's names and symbols. There will be a lot of cross checking and referencing the periodic table - give them plenty of time so that they feel comfortable and master the skill. The real learning takes place every time your students look at the periodic table and uses it as a reference.

  Play the game slowly
  Rigor: Play the game slowly
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Element BINGO

Unit 3: Periodic Table
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to practice using the Element's names, symbols, and atomic numbers by playing BINGO.

Big Idea: Manipulating the names, symbols, and atomic numbers on the Periodic Table is an important skill for working with chemical reactions. BINGO makes anything fun!

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